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MANCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARIES 



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JOHN ALBERT GREEN 



MANCHESTER : Reference Library, King St. 
Moss Side Library, Bradshaw street 






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PREFACE 



The Gaskell Collection in the Moss Side 
Library illustrates the life and work of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell and her husband, 
the Rev. William Gaskell, M.A., two of the most 
distinguished people associated with the neigh- 
bourhood of Moss Side. Originated by Mr. 
William E. A. Axon, first Chairman of the Moss 
Side Library Committee, it has received many 
benefactions from Miss Meta Gaskell and Miss 
Julia Gaskell, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 
Gaskell. Since the incorporation of Moss Side 
with Manchester, the Library has formed one 
of the City of Manchester Public Libraries, and 
the Collection has been much extended. In 
commemoration of the centenary of Mrs. Gaskell, 
in 19 10, there was a Gaskell Exhibition at the 
Reference Library, many of the treasures 
of the collection being shown. 



CONTENTS 



Page 
Preface 

I. — Bibliography I 

II. — Biography and Criticism 3 

(i. ) — Biographies. 
(«.) — Biographical, critical, and 

anecdotal. 
(Hi. ) — Periodical articles. 

III. — Autographs and Manuscripts. ... 29 

IV. — Portraits and Views 31 

V. — Collected Works 34 

VI. — Periodicals containing Contribu- 
tions by Mrs. Gaskell 38 

VII. — Chronological List 39 

VIII. — Works by the Rev. William 

Gaskell, M.A 60 

IX. — Topographical, Illustrative, and 

Miscellaneous 67 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 



Pepperhill Farm Frontispiece 

From an original drawing by F. L. Tavar6 
in the Gaskell Collection. 



View of No. 84, Plymouth Grove (the Manches- 
ter home of Mrs. Gaskell) ... Facing page 28 

Copy of a poem by Tennyson, written by Mrs. 
Gaskell for Mrs. G. L. Banks's collection 
of autographs ... ... Facing page 29 

From the original in the Gaskell Collection. 

Bust of Mrs. Gaskell, by D. Dunbar (1829) 

Facing page 30 
The original is in the possession of Miss Gaskell. 

Mrs. Gaskell, from the portrait by George 

Richmond (1851) Facing page 31 

The original is in the possession of Miss Gaskell. 



The engraved blocks of the four last illustrations have 
been lent by the proprietors of The Millgate Monthly. 



A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE 

TO THE 

Gaskell Collection 

in the MOSS SIDE LIBRARY 



I. BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

British Museum. Catalogue of printed books. 
Lond. 1888. And Supplement, Lond. 1902. 
Titles of books by Mrs. Gaskell and the Rev. 
Wm. Gaskell, M.A. MS. extract. 002 A 1 

English catalogue of books. Vols. 1-7. Lond. 
183 5- 1 906. Titles of works by Mrs. Gaskell. 
Typed extract. 002 A 2 

Axon (Wm. E. A. and Ernest) Gaskell biblio- 
graphy, a list of the writings of Mrs. E. C. 
Gaskell, author of " Mary Barton," and of her 
husband, the Rev. William Gaskell, M.A. 
Manch. 1895. 8vo. pp. 22. Reprinted from the 
papers of the Manchester Literary Club, vol. 
xxi., 1894-5. 002 A 3 

Green (J. A,) A hand-list of the Gaskell collection 
in the Public Library, Moss Side, Manchester. 
1903. 8vo. pp. 12. Title on wrapper. 002 A 4 



Green (J. A.) Catalogue of the Gleave Bronte 
collection at the Moss Side Free Library, 
Manchester, 1907. 8vo. pp. 32. 002 A 5 

Various references to Gaskell items. 

Chadwiek (Mrs. Ellis H. ) Mrs. Gaskell : haunts, 
homes, and stories. 19 10. 002 B 8 

Bibliography, pp. 454-464. 

Green (J. A.) A bibliographical guide to the 
Gaskell Collection in the Moss Side Library. 
Manchester. 1910. 8vo. [Proof under revision.] 

002 A 6 



II. BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM, 
i.— Biographies. 

Chadwick (Mrs. Ellis H.) Mrs. Gaskell : haunts, 
homes, and stories. London : Pitman & Sons. 
1910. La. 8vo. pp. xvi. 472. 002 B 8 

Containing 39 portraits and views, a facsimile, and 
a bibliography. " Gaskell Cuttings " 002G and 002Y 
contain reviews from the following periodicals printed 
in 1910 : " The Athenaeum," Oct. 1 ; " The Book- 
man," Oct. ; " Book Monthly," Oct. ; " British 
Weekly," Sept. 15, ; " Christian Life," Oct. 15 ; 
" Daily Chronicle," Sept. 15 ; " Daily News," Sept. 
15 ; " Daily Telegraph," Sept. 16 ; " The Guardian," 
Sept. 16 and 30 ; " Illus. Lond. News," Sept. 24 ; 
" Manch. City News," Sept. 10 ; " Manch. Guardian," 
Sept. 26 ; " Morning Post," Sept. 29 ; " Publishers' 
Circular," Sept. 24 ; " Rev. of Rev.," Oct. ; " The 
Spectator," Sept. 17 ; " The Sphere," Sept. 17 ; 
*' Times Literary Supplement," Sept. 29 ; " The 
Treasury," Oct.; "Yorkshire Post," Sept. 28. 

Masson (Flora) Biographical article on Mrs. 
E. C. Gaskell [in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 
9th ed., vol. 10, 1879, pp. 103-5] 002 B 24 

Mortimer (John) Lancashire novelists : Mrs. 
Gaskell. Manch. 1902. 8vo. pp. 34. Re- 
printed from the Manchester Quarterly, July, 
1902. 002 B 30 

Payne (G. A. ) Mrs. Gaskell and Knutsf ord. 1 900. 
8vo. 002 B 41 

Portrait of Mrs. Gaskell and views of Knutsford: 
with an account of the Rev. W. Gaskell, with 
portrait. 



Payne (G. A.) The same. Second edition. 
Manch. 1905. 8vo. ' 002 B 42 

A number of " Cranford notes," pp. 39-43, have been 
added to this edition. 

Smith (A. Cobden) A centenary address : 
" Mrs. Gaskell and Lower Mosley Street 
Sunday School." Delivered to the elder 
scholars on Sunday afternoon, 2nd October, 
1 9 10. [MS. copy made by the author.] 

002 B52 

Note. — This address has been printed in the 
"Sunday School Quarterly Magazine" for Jan., 
1911. 002 B53. 

Ward (A. W.) Article on Mrs. E. C. Gaskell [in 
Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 21, 
1890, pp. 49-54.] Excerpt. 002 B 65 

Ward (A. W.) Biographical and critical prefaces 
to the eight volumes of the Knutsford edition 
of Mrs. Gaskell's works. The set, presented 
by the publishers, bound in one volume 
[1906] 002 B 66 



ii. — Biographical, critical, and anecdotal. 

Adams (W. E. ) Memoirs of a social atom. Lond. 
1903. 8vo. 2 vols. 002 C 3 

Notice of the Rev. Wra. Gaskell, vol. 2, pp. 390-1. 

Allibone (S. A. ) Dictionary of English literature. 
Lond. 1 88 1. 3 vols. 928 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, vol. 1, p. 654. 



Allibone (S. A.) Dictionary of English literature. 
Supplement. Ed. by J. F. Kirk. Lond. 1891. 
2 vols. 928 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, vol 1, pp. 653-4. 

Baker (Ernest A.) Descriptive guide to the 

best fiction, British and American. 1908. 

8vo. R.R. 

A list of Mrs. Gaskell's novels and tales, with short 

summaries of plots and references to places alluded to, 

pp. 42-3. 

Bayly (Ada Ellen, Edna Lyall) An appreciation 
of Mrs. Gaskell [in " Women novelists of 
Queen Victoria's reign," pp. 1 19-145] 002 C 8 

Birrell (Augustine) Life of Charlotte Bronte. 
Lond. 1887. 8vo. 002 C 12 

Numerous references to Mrs. Gaskell. 

Boase (F.) Modern English biography. Vol. I., 

1892. in 002 B 4 

Articles on the Rev. Wm. and Mrs. Gaskell. col. 1127 

Browning (Elizabeth B.) Letters ; ed. by F. G. 
Keriyon. Lond. 1898. 8vo. 2 vols. 826 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, vol. 1, pp. 471, 472; 
vol. 2, pp. 139. 141, 259 

Butler (Samuel) Life and letters of Dr. Samuel 
Butler. 1896. 8vo. 2 vols. Ref. L. 

Vol. 1, pp. 98-9, refers to a story by Mrs. Gaskell in 
vol. 3 of " Household Words," p. 246. 

Calne (T. Hall) Article on Mrs. Gaskell [in 
"Celebrities of the century," 1890. p. 468] 

002 G 18 



Cazamian (Louis) Le roman social en Angle- 

terre(i83o-i85o). Paris, 1904. 8 vo. 002 C 22 

Dickens — Disraeli— Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 380-436 : 
L'interventionnisme Chretien — Kingsley. 

Chambers (R.) Cyclopaedia of English litera- 
ture. Lond. 1876. 2 vols. R. R. 

Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, with extract from the 
opening chapter of " Mary Barton," pp. 667-8. 

Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English literature 
(new edition). See Nicoll (Sir W. R.). 

Chambers's Encyclopaedia, 1895. * w 002 B 4 

Vol. 5, pp. 109-10. Article on Mrs. Gaskell. 

Clayton (James) Paper on the Gaskell cente- 
nary. Read at Radcliffe, Nov. 17, 1910. 
Typed copy. 002 C 24 

Coleridge (Mary E.) Gathered leaves from the 
prose of ; with a memoir by Edith Sichel. 
Lond., 1 910. 8vo. 828 C 45 

Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 186-193. 

Coward (T. A.) Picturesque Cheshire. Illus. by 
Roger Oldham. Manch. 1903. 8vo. 002 C 26 

References to Mrs. Gaskell and Knutsford, pp. 18, 
80-82, 85-87. 



Crofton (Henry Thomas) Old Moss Side. Manch. 

1903. 8vo. 002 C 31 

Chapter vi. : " Mary Barton's Farm," pp. 18-22, 36. 



Cross (J. W,) ed. George Eliot's life as related 
in her letters and journals. Edin. : Black- 
wood. [1887]. 8vo. 920 
References to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 158, 276, 292, 295. 

Cross (W. L.) Development of the English novel. 
1899. Ref. L. 

Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, p. 234. 

Dickens (Charles) Letters ; ed. by Miss Hogarth 
and M. E. Dickens. Lond. : Chapman & Hall. 
1880-2. 8vo. 3 vols. 920 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, iii. 271 ; letter to, 159. 

Dickens (Charles) Letters to Wilkie Collins, 
1851-1870. Ed. by L. Hutton. 1892. 002 C 39 
Reference to Mrs. Gaskell, p. 29. 

Dictionary of National Biography. See under Gor- 
don (Alexander). 

Drummond (James) The holiness of sorrow. A 
sermon preached in Cross Street Chapel, 
Manchester, on Sunday, Nov. 19th, 1865, on 
occasion of the sudden death of Mrs. Gaskell, 
and printed by desire of the congregation. 
Manch. "Guardian" Offices, sm. 4to. pp. 16. 

002 C 43 

Evans (John) Lancashire authors and orators. 
1850. 8vo. 002 C 47 

Rev. William Gaskell, pp. 96-101. 

Fletcher (Mrs. Eliza) Autobiography. 2nd ed. 

1875. 8vo. 002 C 53 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 271, 274, 281, 292-3. 



Forster (John) Life of Charles Dickens. Lond. 
1874. 8vo. 3 vols. 920 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, ii. 423, 438 ; lii. 3. 

Gordon (Alexander) Biographical article on the 
Rev. William Gaskell [in " Dictionary of 
National Biography," vol. 21, 1890. pp. 54-5] 

R. R. 

Gosse (Edmund) English literature : an illus- 
trated record. Lond. 1903. 4 vols. Ref. L. 

Vol. 4. Notes on the life and work of Mrs. Gaskell. 
Illustrated with portrait, portrait bust, view of Church 
House, Knutsford, facsimile of a letter by Mrs. Gaskell, 
and view of grave at Knutsford. 

Gosse (Edmund) Modern English literature : a 
short history. Lond. 1905. 8vo. 820.9 

Note on Mrs. Gaskell's work, pp. 356-7. 

Graham (Richard D.) The masters of Victorian 
literature, 1837- 1897. Edin. 1897. 8vo. 

002 C 61 
Notices of Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 81-85, 232. 

Green (Henry) Knutsford : its traditions and 
history. Lond. 1859. 8vo. 002 C 66 

Note on Mrs. Gaskell, p. 114, and anecdotes of 
Edward Higgins, the highwayman, pp. 119-130. 

Greenwood (Frederick) Concluding note to 
" Wives and daughters." Cornhill Magazine. 
Jan., 1866 002 30 



Greg (W. R.) Mistaken aims and attainable 
ideals of the artizan class. 1876. 8vo. 

002 C 69 
Mary Barton, pp. 111-173. 

Greville (Henry) Leaves from [his] diary. 1856. 
8vo. 4 vols. 002 B 4 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, ii. pp. 392-3. 

Griswold (W. M.) Descriptive list of British 
novels. 1 891. 8vo. 002 C 72 

References to Mrs. Gaskell's work : pp. 364, 476, 
488, 498, 502, 548, 552, 553, 610. 

Grundy (Francis H.) Pictures of the past. 
Lond. 1879. 8vo. 002 B 4 

Patrick Branwell Bronte, with reference to Mrs. 
Gaskell, pp. 73-93. 

Hamilton (Catherine J.) Women writers : their 
works and ways. 1892-3. 8vo. 2 vols. 

002 C 75 
Biography of Mrs. Gaskell, ii. pp. 166-189. 

Hare (Augustus J. C.) Story of my life. Ref. L. 
References to Mrs. Gaskell, ii. 224 ; iii. 117. 

Herford (Brooke) Travers Madge : a memoir. 
1867. 8vo. 002 C 78 

Reference to Mrs. Gaskell, p. 65. 

Holland (Sir Henry) Recollections of past life. 
Lond. 1872. 8vo. 002 C 80 

A reference to Mrs. Gaskell and Sandlebridge, p. 7. 



Howitt (Margaret) editor. Mary Howitt : an 
autobiography. Lond. 1889. 2 vols. 002 C 82 

Vol. 2, Mrs. Gaskell referred to : pp. 28, 59, 65, 66, 
106, 115, 116. 

Ireland (Mrs. Alex. ) editor. Letters of Geraldine 
E. Jewsbury to Jane Welsh Carlyle. 1892. 
8vo. Ref. L. 

References to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 383-4. 

Irvine (W. F.) editor. History of the family of 

Holland of Mobberley and Knutsford 

From materials collected by the late Edgar 
Swinton Holland. Privately printed. Edin. 
1902. Ref. L. 

Account of Mrs. Gaskell, portrait of her after George 
Richmond, and view of the Gaskell and Holland 
tombstones, pp. 76-79. 

James (Henry) William Wetmore Story and his 
friends. Edin. 1903. 8vo. 2 vols. 002 C 84 
Notices of Mrs. Gaskell, i. p. 352 ; ii. p. 84. 

Kingsley (Charles) Life and letters. Ed. by his 
widow. 1880. 8vo. 2 vols. 920 

Letters to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. i. 294 : ii. 49. 

Landor (W. S.) Last fruit off an old tree. 1853. 
8vo. H. 

Epistle cclxviii. To the Author of " Mary Barton," 
pp. 481-2. 

Lehmann (R. C.) editor. Memoirs of half a 
century. Lond. 1908. 8vo. 002 C 85 

Reference to Mrs. Gaskell, p. 248. 



Leyland (Francis A.) The Bronte family, with 
special reference to Patrick Branwell Bronte. 
Lond. 1886. 8vo. 2 vols. 005 

Many references to Mrs. Gaskell in both volumes. 

" Lyall (Edna)." See Bayly (Ada Ellen). 

McDermid (T. W.) Life of Thomas Wright, 
the prison philanthropist. Manch. 1876. 

002 C 88 

References to Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell and friends, 
pp. 38-39, 71. 

Manchester City News, Notes and Queries. Ref. L. 

References to portraits of Mrs. Gaskell , ii. 247. 

Melville (Lewis, i.e. Lewis S. Benjamin) Victo- 
rian novelists. Lond. 1906. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Mrs. GaskeU, pp. 204-223 . 

Mohl (Madame). See under O'Meara (K.) and 
Simpson (M. C. M.) 

More (Paul Elmer) Shelburne essays. 5th series. 
New York. 1908. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Notice of Mrs. Gaskell and her works, pp. 66-85. 

Morley (Henry) English literature in the reign 
of Victoria. Leip. 1881. i6mo. 820.9 

Notices of Mrs. Gaskell's works, pp. 389-391. 

New Popular Encyclopaedia. Vol. 6. 1901. 
Article on Mrs. Gaskell, p. 98. Ref. L. 



Nlcoll (Sir W. R.) Biographical article on Mrs. 
E. C. Gaskell [in Chambers's Cyclopaedia of 
English literature, vol. 3, 1903, pp. 527-8] 

820.9 

Oliphant (M. O. W. and F. R.) Victorian age of 
English literature. 1892. 2 vols. 005 

Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, pp. i. 325-8. 

O'Meara (Kathleen) Madame Mohl : her salon 
and her friends. 1885. 8vo. 002 C 101 

An account of her grief at the death of Mrs. Gask'-ll, 
pp. 180-1. 

Paul (H. W.) Men and letters. 1901. 8vo. Ref. L. 

The Victorian novel [with reference! to Charlotte 
Bronte and Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 119-157]. 

Payne (George A.) Knutsford. Illus. by E. H. 
New. Lond. 1904. 8vo. 002 C 106 

References to Mrs. Gaskell and her works, pp. 2-8, 
12, 18, 19, 25, 43, 60. 

Record of Unitarian worthies. 1876. la. 8vo. 

002 C 114 

Biographical notice of Mi-. <.a>k* H. p. 124. 

Reid (Sir T. W. ) Charlotte Bronte : a monograph 
1877. 8vo. 005 

Many references to Mr*. Gask'-ll. 

Ritchie (Anne, Lady) Blackstick papers. Lond. 
1908. 8vo. 002 C 120 

Mrs. QaakeO, No. xi. pp. 209-232. 

Russell (Percy) Guide to British and American 
novels. 1894. 8vo. Ref. L. 



Saintsbury (G.) Short history of English litera- 
ture. 1907. 8vo. 820.9 
Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 749-50. 

Seccombe (T.j and Nieoll (Sir W. R.) Bookman 
illustrated history of English literature. 1906. 
2 vols. 002 C 

Note on Mrs. Gaskell, ii. 492. 

Shaen (Margaret J.) ed. Memorials of two 
sisters : Susanna and Catherine Winkworth. 
Lond. 1908. 8vo. 002 C 126 

Numerous references to Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell and 
their daughter, Miss Meta Gaskell. 

Sharp (R. F.) Dictionary of English authors. 
1897. 8vo. Ref. R. 

Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, p. 10. 

Shepheard (H.) A vindication of the Clergy 
Daughters' School, and of the Rev. Cams 
Wilson, from the remarks in " The Life of 
Charlotte Bronte." Kirkby Lonsdale, 1857. 
8vo. pp. 31. 005 

Shorter (Clement K.) Charlotte Bronte and her 
circle. 1896. 8vo. 002 C 131 

Numerous references to Mrs. Gaskell, Reviewed in 
the " Co-op. News," Nov. 7, 1896 (002 G) ; " New 
York Times," Nov. 21, 1896 (002 G) ; " New York 
Tribune," Oct. 18, 1896 (002 G). 

Shorter (Clement K.) Charlotte Bronte and her 
sisters. 1905. 8vo. 920 

Many references to Mrs. Gaskell. 



Shorter (Clement K.) The Brontes: life and 
letters. Being an attempt to present a full 
and final record of the three sisters, Charlotte, 
Emily, and Anne Bronte from the biographies 
of Mrs. Gaskell and others, and from numerous 
hitherto unpublished manuscripts and letters. 
Lond. 1908. 8vo. 2 vols. 005 

Simpson (M. C. M.) Letters and recollections of 
Julius and Mary Mohl. 1887. 8vo. 002 C 138 

Notices of Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 126, 163, 167, 183, 
201, 202, 217, 219. 

Smith (A. Cobden) Miss Julia Gaskell, 1 846-1908. 
A memorial address delivered to the congrega- 
tion of the Lower Mosley Street Sunday 
School, Manchester, on Sunday, 1st Nov., 
1908. Manch. 1908. 002 C 139 

Reference to Mrs. Gaskell, p. 7. 

Steinthal (S. A.) Funeral sermon on the late 
Rev. William Gaskell, M.A., delivered at Cross 
Street Chapel, Manchester, June 15, 1884. 
8vo. pp. 11. Ref. L. 

Stoddart (Anna M.) ed. Life and letters of 
Hannah E. Pipe. Edin. 1908. 8vo. 002 C 140 
References to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 10-11. 

Stowe (Mrs. H. B.) Sunny memories of foreign 
lands. 1854. 8vo. 002 C 143 

Reference to Mr.<. Ga-kell, p. 336. 

Stowe (Mrs. H. B.) Life and letters. Ed. by 
Fields. 1857. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Reference to Mrs. Gaskell at home. 



Stuart (J. A. E.) The Bronte country : its topo- 
graphy, antiquities, and history. 1888. 8vo. 

005 

References to Mrs. Gaskell : pp. 12, 13, 48, 50, 54, 
112, 113, 137, 138. 

Tollemache (Hon. Mrs. L.) Cranford souvenirs 
and other sketches. 1900. 8vo. 002 C 148 
Cranford souvenirs, pp. 1-8. 

Townsend (M. E.) ed. Great characters of 
fiction. Lond. 1893. 8vo. 002 C 151 

Molly Gibson [in Wives and Daughters], by Christa- 
bel Coleridge, pp. 211-218. 

Traill (H. D.) Social England. Lond. 1897. 

Ref . L. 

Reference to Mrs. Gaskell, vi. 283. 

Wade (R. ) Rise of nonconformity in Manchester : 
sketch of the history of Cross Street Chapel. 
1880. 002 C 154 

Notices of the Rev. W. Gaskell and Mrs. Gaskell, 
pp. 52-3. 

Wade (R.) A sketch of the origin and history of 
the Lower Mosley Street Schools. Manch. 
1898. 002C 155 

References to Mrs. Gaskell and family. 

Walford (L. B.) Twelve English authoresses. 
1892. 8vo. 002 C 156 

Elizabeth Gaskell, pp. 155-165. 

Walker (Hugh) The age of Tennyson. 1897. 
8vo. 820.9 

E. C. Gaskell, pp. 106-8. 



i6 

Walker (Hugh) Literature of the Victorian era. 
1910. 8vo. H. 

References to Mrs. Gaskell and her works : pp. 050, 
658, 710, 724-728, 738, 1034. 

Ward (A W. ) Critical notice of Mrs. Gaskell [in 
English prose, 1904, vol. 5, pp. 523-4]. 003 

Whitmore (Clara H.) Woman's work in English 
fiction. New York. 19 10. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Emilv. Anne, and Charlotte Bronte, pp. 247-273 
E. C. Gaskell. pp. 274-292. 



ill- — Periodical articles, contained in 

" Gaskell Cuttings." 

Bookman. Sept., 1910. pp. 237-250. Elizabeth 
Cleghorn Gaskell, by Thomas Seccombe ; Mrs. 
Gask ell's early surroundings and their influence 
on her writings, by Conrad S. Sargisson. (Il- 
lustrated by 34 portraits and views.) 002 Y 

British Quarterly Review. April, 1867, pp. 
399-429. Review of Mrs. Gaskell's works. 

002 Y 

British Weekly, Sept. 10, 1903. Notice of 
Green's Hand-list of the Moss Side Gaskell 
collection. 002 A 7 

April 25, 1907. Mrs. Gaskell once more. 

002 O 

Oct. 29, 1908. Notices of the late Miss 

Julia Gaskell. 002 Q 



Chambers's Journal, Oct., 1910, pp. 667-669. 
Mrs. Gaskell and " Cranford," by Helen Mel- 
ville. 002 Y 

Cheshire Notes and Queries, No. 1, vol. 7. 1907- 
pp. 13, 14, 15. References to Mrs. Gaskell. 002 Y 

Christian Freeman, vol. 12, 1868, p. 121. Brook 
Street Chapel, Knutsford. The burial place of 
Mrs. Gaskell. Illus. 002 Y 

vol. 13, 1869, p. 59. Notice of Mrs. Gaskell, 

with portrait. - 002 Y 

1873, P- 124- Notice of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 Y 

Nov., 1910, pp. 244-247. Mrs. Gaskell, 

1810-1910, by A. W. Blundell. 002 Y 

Christian Life, Nov. 14, 1908, pp. 61 1-12. Notice 
of the late Miss Julia Gaskell. 002 G 

Dec. 5, 1908. A reminiscence of Mrs. 

Gaskell. 002 G 

Oct. 1, 1 9 10. Recollections of Mrs. 

Gaskell, by J. C. 002 G 

Co-operative News, Feb. 26, 19 10. Manchester 
and Charlotte Bronte [with references to Mrs. 
Gaskell], by J. H. 002 G 

Cornhill Magazine, vol. 13, 1866, pp. 11-15. 
Note by the editor [Frederick Greenwood] 
on the death of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 Y 

vol. 29, Feb. 1874, pp. 19 1 -2 12. Mrs. 

Gaskell and her novels, by G. B. S. 002 Y 



Cornhill Magazine, Dec. 1906, pp. 757-766. Black- 
stick papers, No. 11. Mrs. Gaskel), by Mrs. 
R. [afterwards Lady] Ritchie. 002 Y 

April, 1910, pp. 494-501. The Bronte family 

at Manchester, by Bishop J. E. C. Welldon 
[including references to Mrs. Gaskell]. 002 Y 

vol. 29, July, 1910, pp. 76-84. Old Haworth 

folk who knew the Brontes, by C. H. Cautley 
[with some references to Mrs. Gaskell]. 002 Y 

Sept. 1910, pp. 315-325. The centenary of 

Mrs. Gaskell, by Sarah A. Tooley. 002 Y 

Oct., 1910, pp. 457-466. In memoriam : 

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, by A. W. 

002 Y 

Daily Chronicle, Sept. 22, 1906. Review of 
" Mary Barton " and " Cranford." 002 G 

Sept. 29, 1 9 10. On the centenary of Mrs. 

Gaskell, by J. A. Hill. 002 G 

Daily Dispatch, August 18, 1910. On the 
centenary of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Daily Graphic, Sept. 29, 19 10. Mrs. Gaskell's 
centenary. 002 G 

Daily News, April 1, 1905. Quotation from 
" Cousin Phillis," with short biographical 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Sept. 29, 1 9 10. The Gaskell centenary. 

002 G 



Every Saturday, No. 9, Feb. 28, 1874, pp. 233- 
241. Mrs. Gaskell and her novels. 002 Y 

Fortnightly Review, vol. £+; 1878, pp. 353- 
369. Mrs. Gaskell's novels, by William Minto. 

002 Y 

Oct. 1899, PP- 633-643. Mrs. Gaskell's 

short tales, by Frances H. Low. 002 Y 

Sept. 1 9 10, pp. 450-463. Elizabeth Cleg- 
horn Gaskell, by K. L. Montgomery. 002 Y 

Gentleman's Magazine, vol. 55, N.S., Aug. 1895, 
pp. 124-138. Mrs. Gaskell, by Miss M. 
Hompes. " 002 Y 

Nov. 1895, pp. 507-514. Knutsford in 

fiction, by George A. Payne. 002 Y 

Gentlewoman, Jan. 5, 1901. Portrait and refer- 
ence to Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Girl's Own Paper, July 19, 1890, pp. 659-60. 
Anecdotes of Mrs. Gaskell, by Mrs. E. F. B. 
Fox. 002 G 

Oct., 1 9 10, pp. 42-43. The real " Cran- 

ford," by Howard M. Jenkins. 002 Y 

Glasgow Herald, Sept. 29, 19 10. The centenary 
of Mrs. Gaskell, by Clement Shorter. 002 G 

Good Words, Sept. 1895, PP- 604-612. Stray 
notes about Mrs. Gaskell, by Margaret 
Howitt. 002 Y 

Oct. 1895. Inset, fly-leaf — Apology by the 

Editor in respect of the preceding article. 

002 Y 



Graphic, Sept. 3, 1910. A literary centenary. 
Views of Mrs. Gaskell's birthplace. 002 G 

Sept. 29, 1910. Supplement (4 pp.), with 

an article by Mrs. Sarah A. Tooley, and 26 
illus. of scenes in the life and works of Mrs. 
Gaskell. 002 Y 

Great Thoughts, Sept. 10. 1910, pp. 3768. The 
Story of Mrs. Gaskell, by Florence Bone. 002 Y 

Guardian, Sept. 23, 1910. The centenary of 
Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Household Words, May 26, 1900, p. 2. Refer- 
ence to Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Illustrated London News, Sept. 24, 1910. The 
centenary oi Mrs. Gaskell's birth. 002 G 

Inquirer, Oct. 31, 1908. Obituary notice of Miss 
Julia Gaskell. 002 G 

Sept. 24, 19 10. The centenary of Mrs. 

Gaskell, by F. K. Freeston. 002 G 

Oct. 1. 1910. Note on the centenary of 

Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Oct. 8, 1910. Mrs. Gaskell and her social 

work among the poor, by M. Hompes. 002 G 

Nov. 12, 1910. Mrs. Gaskell's ghost stories, 

by W. E. A. Axon. 002 G 



Knutsford Advertiser, Mar. 22, 1907. Memorial 
to Mrs. Gaskell at Knutsford. [With view of 
Cranford tower and portrait of Mrs. Gaskell"]. 

002 G 

Mar. 30, 1907. Report of the opening by 

Vice-Chancellor Hopkinson of the Gaskell 
memorial tower at Knutsford. 002 G 

Lady's Realm, July, 1910, pp. 321-325. An 
Italian town amid English fields, by K. L. 
Montgomery. [An illustrated account of 
modern Knutsford, with references to Mrs. 
Gaskell]. 002 Y 

Light on the Way, Oct. 1895, pp. 214-216. Mrs. 
Gaskell's short stories, by George A. Payne. 

002 Y 

Liverpool Daily Post, Sept. 29, 19 10. The 

Gaskell centenary. 002 G 

Macmillan's Magazine, Dec. 1865, pp. 153-156. 
Mrs. Gaskell, by D. M. 002 Y 

Manchester City News, Nov. 18, 1865. Obituary 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 B 4 

Dec. 26, 1896. References to portraits of 

Mrs. Gaskell. ' 002 G 

Sept. 5, 1903. Review of Green's Hand-list 

of the Moss Side Gaskell collection. 002 A 7 

Feb. 20, 1904. Paper on the Gaskell 

collection at Moss Side Library, by J. A. 
Green. 002 G 



Manchester City News, Sept. 3, 19 10. The Gaskell 
centenary. 002 G 

Sept. 10, 1910. The Gaskell centenary, by 

the Rev. George A. Payne. 002 G 

Sept. 24, 1 9 10. Letter from " Old Man- 
cunian " on Pepper Hill Farm ; and Notice 
of the Gaskell Exhibition at the Reference 
Library. 002 G 

Oct. 15, 1 9 10. Letter from Albert Nichol- 
son referring to views of Pepperhill Farm. 

002 G 

Oct. 29, 1910. Meeting of the Manchester 

Literary Club : The Gaskell centenary. 002 G 

Dec. 24, 1 9 10. Mrs. Gaskell and Christ- 
mas, by John Mortimer. 002 Gl 

Manchester Courier, Nov. 15, 1865. Obituary 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 B 4- 

Feb. 21, 1 910. Report of Bronte Society's 

meeting in Manchester, with illustration of 
the home of the Gaskells, Plymouth Grove. 

002 G 

Sept. 27, 1910. Note on Knutsford. 002 G 

Sept. 29, 1910. The Gaskell centenary* 

002 G 

Oct. 14, 1 9 10. Note on Silverdale. 002 G 



33 

Manchester Evening Chronicle, June 19, 1907. 
Note on the banning of " Mary Barton," by 
the L.C.C. 002 G 

Aug. 31, 1 9 10. The Gaskell centenary. 

002 

Manchester Evening News, May 9, 1907. " Mary 
Barton " banned. 002 G 

Sept. 28, 1910. Mrs. Gaskell: an apprecia- 
tion. 002 G 

Manchester Guardian, June 16, 1884. Knuts- 
ford and its associations [by W. E. A. Axon] 

002 G 

Sept. 29, 1 89 1. A leader on the anniver- 
sary of the birth of Mrs. Gaskell 002 G 

Aug. 17, 1895. Notice of the Gaskell 

Bibliography, by W. E. A. Axon and Ernest 
Axon. 002 A 7 

Feb. 26, 1898. Note on the memorial to 

Mrs. Gaskell at Knutsford. 002 G 

Mar. 4, 1 899. Sandlebridge and its asso- 
ciations [with Mrs. Gaskell]. 002 G 

Aug. 29, 1903. Notice of Green's Hand- 
list of the Moss Side Gaskell Collection. 

002 A 7 

Jan. 25, 1904. A cyclist on Sandlebridge 

and its associations. 002 G 

Nov. 11, 1904. Notes on Moss Side, by 

W. E. A. Axon. 002 G 



Manchester Guardian, Sept. 26, 190^5. Note on 
Mrs. Gaskell and Knutsford. ) 002 6 

Oct. 7, 10, 11, 1905. Mrs. Gaskell and 

Knutsford. 002 G 

Nov. 22, 1905. Mrs. Gaskell and Moss 

Side. 002 G 

April 5, 1906. Mrs. Gaskell and Manches- 
ter : letter signed Clement Shorter. 002 G 

Mar. 25, 1907. Mrs. Gaskell : some 

appreciations. 002 G 

June 22, 1907. The L.C.C. and "Mary- 
Barton." 002 G 

Oct. 26, 1908. Memorial notice of Miss 

Julia Gaskell. 002 G 

Oct. 27, 1908. Report of the funeral of 

Miss Julia Gaskell at Knutsford. 002 G 

Nov. 1, 1908. Report of a service in 

memory of the late Miss Julia Gaskell. 002 G 

Feb. 9, 10, 12, 16, 1910. Article on Garratt 

Hall, with replies from correspondents. 002 G 

Feb. 21, 1 9 10. Report of meeting of the 

Bronte Society in Manchester. 002 G 

Feb. 22, 1 9 10. Notes on the Gaskell 

House, Plymouth Grove. 002 G 



Manchester Guardian, Sept. 29, 1910. The Gaskell 
centenary : — The Novelist's career, by Flora 
Masson. Leading article on the Gaskell centen- 
ary ; Mrs. GaskelPs powers, by C. H. H[erford], 
The Gaskell Centenary Exhibition [a* the 
Reference Library]. Portraits of Mrs. Gaskell, 
Rev. Wm, Gaskell, M.A., and Mrs. Lumb; 
Views of her birthplace, and 84 Plymouth 
Grove. Facsimile of Mrs. Gaskell's hand- 
writing. 002 G 

Sept. 30, 1 9 10. Mrs. Gaskell and G. F. 

Watts's " Good Samaritan." 002 G 

Oct. 26, 1 9 10. Note on the Gaskell 

evening at the Manchester Literary Club. 

002 G 

Manchester Herald, Jan. 13, 1900. Mrs. Gaskell 
and Knutsford, by George A. Payne. 002 G 

Manchester Quarterly, July, 1902, pp. 195-228. 
Lancashire novelists : Mrs. Gaskell, by John 
Mortimer. 002 Y 

Jan. 191 1, pp 1-8. Concerning the " Mary 

Barton " fields, by John Mortimer. With 
view of Pepper Hill Farm, from a water colour 
drawing by D. Harrison. 002 Y 

Millgate Monthly, Sept. 1910, pp. 778-781. The 
centenary of Mrs. Gaskell, by W. E. A. Axon. 

002 Y 

Morning Post, Sept. 29, 19 10. Mrs. Gaskell's 
centenary, by Mrs. B. R. Belloc. 002 G 



26 

Nation [N.Y., U.S.A.], April n, 1907^ pp. 331-33 
Mrs. Gaskell, by P., E. Moore. ' 002 G 

'Nation [England], Sept. 10, 1910. The art of 
Mrs. Gaskell. . 002 G 

National Home-Reading Union Magazine, April 
7, 1898, pp. 103-5. The labour movement in 
fiction : " Mary Barton," by M. Ainsworth. 

002 Y 

Sept. 7, 190;, pp. 18-21. Paper on "Mary 

Barton." 002 Y 

Sept. 1906, pp. 22-24. Paper on " North 

and South." 002 Y 

New Saturday, Jan. 16, 1897. Appreciation of 
Mrs,. Gaskell. 002 Y 

Nineteenth Century, May, 1897, pp. 769-792 
Apotheosis of the novel under Queen Victoria, 
by H. Paul [with ref. to Mrs. Gaskell, pp. 
778-9-] 002 Y 

Sept. 1910, pp. 467-482. The centenary 

of Mrs. Gaskell, by Lewis Melville. 002 Y 

Pall Mall Gazette, Nov. 15, "1865. Obituary 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell: ' 002 B 4 

Photo-Miniature, Feb. 1902. Frontispiece, Lady 
Glenmire ("' Cranford ") from painting by 
Katherine Stanbery. 002 Y 

Pilot, June 28, 1902, pp. 672-71. Mrs. Gaskell's 
novels, by Basil Champneys. 002 G 

Publishers' Circular, Oct. i, 1910. Centenary 
of birth of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 



27 ,<scr?-o0 

Review of Reviews, Oct.,, 19*0, ppf- jja 3. - The 
centenary of Mrs. Gaskell. • 002 Y 

Rochdale Observer, Literary Supplement, 
Oct. 1, 1 9 10. Review of Green's Biblio-. 
graphical guide to the Moss Side Gaskell 
Collection. . . 002 A 7 

Saturday Review, 1865, pp. 638-9. Memorial 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell. • Ref. L. 

Scottish Co-operator, Sept. 30, 1910. Cente- 
nary of Mrs. Gaskell, by J. C. 002 G 

Sketch, Mar. 1, 1899. A memorial to Mrs. 
Gaskell [at Knutsford], by George A. Payne. 

002 G 

Sphere, Oct. 3,. 1903. Review of Green's Hand- 
list of the Moss Side Gaskell collection. 

002 A 7 

Nov. 7, 1908. Portrait of Miss Julia 

Gaskell, and remarks. 002 G 

Sept. 10, 1 9 10. Notes on some current 

Gaskell literature. 002 G 

Sept. 2*4, 1 9 10. The centenary of Eliza- 
beth Cleghorn Gaskell ; 19 illustrations, and a- 
chronology of Mrs. Gaskell's life and works. 

002 G 

Oct. 8,, 1 9 10. Views of Silverdale and 

Lindeth Tower. 002 G 

Nov. 5, 1 9 10. Note on the revival of 

interest in Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 



28 

Standard, Sept. 29, 19 10. Article on the 
centenary of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Sunday Chronicle, Sept. 4, 19 10. Centenary 
of Mrs. Gaskell, the novelist. 002 G 

T. P.'s Weekly, June 28, 1907. Mrs. Gaskell 
and "Mary Barton." 002 G 

Temperance Star, Dec. 1897, pp. 136-8. Mrs. 
Gaskell's first appearance in print, by W. E. A. 
Axon. 002 Y 

Treasury, Oct., 19 10, pp. 55-61. Mrs. Gaskell : 
haunts, homes, and stories. 002 Y 

Unitarian Herald, Nov. 18, 1865. Obituary 
notice of Mrs. Gaskell. 002 B 4 

Unitarian Monthly, April, 19 10. Account of 
Mrs. Gaskell. 002 G 

Woman at Home, May, 1896, pp. 681-691. Mrs. 
Gaskell and Charlotte Bronte, by C. K. 
Shorter. 002 Y 

June, 1897, PP- 761-770. Mrs. Gaskell's 

house and its memories, by Marion Leslie. 

002 Y 

Yorkshire Post, May 9, 1907. " Mary Barton " 
as a school book. 002 G 




3 
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a 



fa pr u^ fe7^i^J, w ^ J fer ,^ 

4£L 






^ /%£, 






Copy of a poem by Tennyson, written by 

Mrs. Gaskell for Mrs. G. L. Banks's 

collection of autographs. 



III.— AUTOGRAPHS AND MANUSCRIPTS. 

Autographs of Mrs. Gaskell. 

" Crowley Castle." 45 folio pages. Bound in 
morocco, gold tooled. 002 B 3.1 

One page from an unnamed manuscript by Mrs. 

Gaskell. 002 B 3.3 

Both the above items presented by Miss Gaskell. 

" The crooked branch." 65 folio pages. Bound 

in morocco, gold tooled. 

Kindly lent by Miss Gaskell. 

Letter from 121, Upper Rumford Street, Janu- 
ary 25 [ ], 4 pp. 002 B 3.15 

Letter to James Crossley. From 42, Plymouth 
Grove, May 13 [ ], 4 pp. 002 B 3.17 

Letter to James Crossley. From Plymouth 
Grove. February [ ], 7 pp. 002 B 3.19 

Letter from 42, Plymouth Grove, Manchester, 
May 28th [ ], 4 pp. 002 B 3.21 

Letter from 42, Plymouth Grove, April 16, i860. 
3 pp. 002 B 3.23 

Letter. Fragment. Undated. 3 pp. 002 B 3.25 

Copy of a poem by Tennyson. Written for Mrs. 
G. L. Banks's collection of autographs. 

002 B 3.27 



Other Manuscripts and facsimiles. 

Bronte (Rev. Patrick) Autograph letter to the 

Rev. Wm. Gaskell, M.A., dated July 23rd, 

1856. 002 B 3.35 

Includes a reference to Mrs. Gaskell's work on the 

" Life of Charlotte Bronte." Presented by Miss 

Gaskell. 

Dickens (Charles) Copy of letter to Mrs. Gaskell, 
dated 6th November, 1852. 002 B 3.29 

Autograph letter to Mrs. Gaskell, dated 

6th December, 1852. 002 B 3.31 

Presented by Miss Gaskell. Both letters refer to a 
ghost story by Mrs. Gaskell which appeared in the 
Christmas !No. of " Household Words " for 1852. 

Gaskell (Rev. William) Autograph MSS. 

Funeral service for a child. Fragment of a me- 
morial address. Another fragment. A prayer. 
The MSS. lent by Miss Gaskell. 

Marriage Certificate, Certificate of marriage 
solemnized in the Parish of Nether Knutsford, 
between William Gaskell and Elizabeth Cleg- 
horn Stevenson, on August 30th, 1832. Photo- 
graphed by G. Higenbottam. 002 B 3.38 




Bust of Mrs. Gaskell, by D. Dunbar (1829). 







X 



Mrs. Gaskell, from the portrait by 
George Richmond (1851). 



3t 



IV.— PORTRAITS AND VIEWS. 

Bust of Mrs. Gaskell made by D. Dunbar in 1829. 
Four photographs of the bust taken in different 
positions. 002 B 5.2 

Photograph from a miniature done in Edinburgh 
in 1832 by Thompson. 002 B 5.8 

Photograph of the portrait of Mrs. Gaskell by 
George Richmond (185 1). 002 B 5.12 

Photograph of Mrs. Gaskell, from the painting by 
Samuel Lawrence (1864-5). 002 B 5.16 

Photograph of the Rev. William Gaskell. Date 
about 1878. 002 B 5.28 

Two photographs of Miss Julia Gaskell. 

002 B 5.38 

Photograph of the portrait of Mrs. Lumb, in the 
possession of Miss Gaskell. 002 B 5.48 

View of the old Lower Mosley Street Sunday 
school. 002 B 7.2 

View of a farm in Greenheys. An original draw- 
ing by John Ralston, 1827. 002 B 7.5 

Pepperhill Farm. A black and white drawing by 
F. L. Tavare. 002 B 7.7 

Pepperhill Farm. A photographic view (recent). 

002 B 7.12 

Pepperhill Farm.. A pen and ink sketch, by 
J. J. Gleave. 002 B 7.15 



Pepperhill Farm. " Mary Barton " Fields. A 
framed engraving from a water-colour drawing 
in the possession of Mr. Samuel Massey. 

002 B 7.17 

No. 84, Plymouth Grove. Exterior view. Large 
photograph. 002 B 7.20 

No. 84, Plymouth Grove. The drawing-room. 
Large photograph. 002 B 7.21 

No. 84, Plymouth Grove. Exterior view. Photo- 
graph. Reproduced in " Millgate Monthly," 
Sept. 1 9 10. 002 B 7.25 

Illustrations from the Knutsford edition of Mrs. 
Gaskell's works. 13 plates and 1 facsimile of 
MS. Presented by the publishers. 002 B 7.31 

Five photographic views of Silverdale, in the 
neighbourhood of which Mrs. Gaskell stayed 
while writing " Ruth " and other tales. 

002 B 7.41 

Photograph of Lindeth Lodge, Silverdale, where 
Mrs. Gaskell stayed in 186 1. 002 B 7.48 

Photograph of Gibraltar Farm, Silverdale, where 
Mrs. Gaskell stayed repeatedly. 002 B 7.50 

Photograph of Gibraltar Tower, Silverdale, in 
the top room of which Mrs. Gaskell used to 
write. 002 B 7.52 

Another photograph of Gibraltar Tower, Silver- 
dale, showing the entrance. 002 B 7.53 

Unitarian Chapel, Brook Street, Knutsford. 
Two pictorial post cards, different views. 

002 B 7.58 



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View of the Gaskell Memorial Tower, Knutsforcl. 
Pictorial post card. 002 B 7.60 

2,7 photographs of places in Knutsford and 
neighbourhood connected with Mrs. Gaskell 
and her books, including four Manchester 
views. The photographs taken by the Rev. 
C. S. Sargisson, of Manchester. J 002 B 7.62 

Entrance to Knutsford. The oldest house in Knuts- 
ford. In Knutsford. In " Cranford." Old part of Knuts- 
ford. Corner of the " Old Market Place " in Knutsford. 
The Hon. Mrs. Jamieson's house — " Cranford." Old 
house in Knutsford. Supposed shop of Miss Matty in 
Knutsford. House of Mrs. Gaskell's uncle in Knuts- 
ford. House of the " Highwayman." The Angel 
Hotel, Knutsford. The Royal George, Knutsford. 
The Assembly Rooms, Knutsford. Sandlebridge 
House, the " Wbodley " of Cranford. Another view 
showing window of kitchen. Another, showing back- 
door. The famous sedan chair. Main Street, Knuts- 
ford. Another view of same, showing Gaskell Me- 
morial Tower. Knutsford Parish Church. The old 
Unitarian Chapel, Knutsford. Same, entrance to 
gallery. House in wliich Mrs. Gaskell spent most of 
her girlhood, Knutsford. Mrs. Gaskell's grave. The 
Gaskell Memorial, Knutsford (bust and bas-relief). 
The Gaskell Memorial Tower. Another view of the 
Gaskell Memorial Tower, Knutsford. Another view 
of the Gaskell Memorial Tower, Knutsford, showing 
bust, bas-relief, and inscription. Mrs. Gaskell's grave 
from corner of chapel. Entrance to Tatton Park. 
Same, another view. The school-house, Knutsford. 
Mrs. Gaskell's house in Manchester. Another view 
(from Swinton Grove). Interior of Cross Street 
Chapel, Manchester. Memorial tablet to Mrs. Gaskell 
in Cross Street Chapel. 

Six pictorial post card views of Heppenheim, 
Germany. The views illustrate the neighbour- 
hood of Mrs. Gaskell's story, " Six weeks at 
Heppenheim." 002 B 7.66 



34 

V.— COLLECTED WORKS of Mrs. GASKELL, 

(First collected edition, 1872-3, 8vo. 7 vols.). 

Novels and tales. Lond. : Smith, Elder & Co. 
1878-82. 8vo. 7 vols. 4 illus. in each. Ref. L. 

I. — Wives and daughters. 

II. — North and south. 

III. — Sylvia's lovers. 

IV. — Cranford, and other tales. 

Company manners. The well of Pen-Morfa. The 
heart of John Middleton. Traits and stories of the 
Huguenots. Six weeks at Heppenheim. The squire's 
story. Libbie Marsh's three eras. Curious if true. 
The moorland cottage. The sexton's hero. Dis- 
appearances. Eight at last. The Manchester mar- 
riage. Lois the witch. The crooked branch. 

V. — Mary Barton, and other tales. 

Cousin Phillis. My French master. The old nurse's 
story. Bessy's troubles at home. Christmas storms 
and sunshine. 

VI. — Ruth, and other tales. 

The grey woman. Marton Hall. Mr. Harrison's 
confessions. Hand and heart. 

VII. — Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. 

A dark night's work. Round the sofa. My Lady 
Ludlow. An accursed race. The doom of the 
Griffiths. Half a lifetime ago. The poor Clare. The 
half-brother*. 

Novels and tales. Lond. : Smith, Elder & Co. 
New edition. 189 1-2. 8vo. 7 vols. Illus. 

002 J 8 

Contents the same a3 above. The publishers also 
issue the same edition in small post 8vo. 



35 

Novels and tales. Lond. : Smith, Elder & Co. 
1892-4. sm. 8vo. 8 vols. Pocket edition. 

002 J 16 

I. — Wives and daughters. 

II. — North and south. 

III. — Sylvia's lovers. 

IV. — Cranford, and other tales. 

Cranford. The Squire's story. Curious if true. 
The moorland cottage. Disappearances. Right at 
last. The Manchester marriage. Lois the witch. 

V. — Mary Barton, and other tales. 

Mary Barton. My French master. The old nurse's 
story. Bessy's troubles at home. Christmas storms 
and sunshine. 

VI. — Ruth, and other tales. 

Ruth. Morton Hall. Hand and heart. Company 
manners. 

VII. — A dark night's work, and other tales. 
A dark night's work. Cousin Phillis. The grey 
woman. The heart of John Middleton. Traits and 
stories of the Huguenots. Six weeks at Heppenheim. 
Lizzie Leigh. The crooked branch. The sexton's 
hero. 

VIII. — My Lady Ludlow, and other tales. 

Round the sofa. My Lady Ludlow. An accursed 
race. The doom of the Griffiths. Half a lifetime ago. 
The poor Clare. The half-brothers. The well of Pen- 
Morfa. Mr. Harrison's confessions. Libbie Marsh's 
three eras. 



S6 

Works. Ed., with a biographical introduction 
to volume i , and a critical introduction to each 
volume, by A. W. Ward. Lond. : Smith, 
Elder & Co. 1906. &vcl 8 vols. The " Knuts- 
ford " edition. Illns. 002 J 24 

I. — Mary Barton, and other tales. 

Mary Barton. Libbie Marsh's three eras. The 
sexton's hero. Clopton House. 
II. — Cranford, and other tales. 

Cranford. Lizzie Leigh. The well of Pen-Morfa. 
The moorland cottage. The heart of John Middleton. 
Disappearances. The old nurse's story. Morton Hall. 
Traits and stories of the Huguenots. My French 
master. The squire's story. 
III. — Ruth, and other tales. 

Ruth. Cumberland sheep - shearers. Modern 
Greek songs. Company manners. Bessy's troubles 
at home. Hand and heart. 
IV. — North and south. 
V. — My Lady Ludlow, and other tales. 

Round the sofa. My Lady Ludlow. An accursed 
race. The doom of the Griffiths. Half a lifetime ago. 
The poor Clare. The half-brothers. Mr. Harrison's 
confessions. The Manchester marriage. 
VI. — Sylvia's lovers, &c. 

Contains also " An Italian institution." 
VII. — Cousin Phillis, and other tales. 

Cousin Phillis. Lois the witch. The crooked 
branch. Curious if true. Right at last. The grey 
woman. Six weeks at Heppenheim. A dark night's 
work. The Shah's English gardener. French life. 
Crowley Castle. Two fragments of ghost stories. 
VIII. — Wives and daughters. 

Reviews of the Knutsford edition appeared in " The 
Academy," Nov. 26, 1906 (002 G) ; " Athoraeum " 
(R.L.) ; "The Bookman." 1906 (R.L.) : " Manch. 
Guard.," Sept. 4, 1906, and Jan. 10, 1907 (002 G) ; 
" The Nation " (New York), Apr. 11, 1907 (002 G) ; 
" Spectator," 1906, pp. 437-8 (R.L.) ; " The Times 
Lit. Supp." Sept. 14, 1906 (002 G). 



37 

Works. Ed., with biographical and critical in- 
troductions by Clement [K.] Shorter. Lond. : 
H. Frowde. 1906-10. i6mo. " The world's 
classics " edition. 002 J 35 

I. — Mary Barton. 

II.— Ruth. 

III. — Cranford. The cage at Cranford. 
The moorland cottage. 

IV. — North and south. 

V. — Sylvia's lovers. 

VI. — Wives and daughters. 



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VI.— PERIODICALS CONTAINING CONTRI- 
BUTIONS BY MRS. GASKELL. 

All the Year Round. Vols. I-XVI., 1859-66. 

002O1 
Blackwood's Magazine. Jan., 1837. Ref. L. 
Cornhill Magazine. Vols. I-XIII., 1 860-1 866 

002 18 
Dublin University Magazine. 1858. Ref. L. 
Fraser's Magazine^ April- June, 1864. Ref. L. 
Harper's Magazine. 1858. Ref. L. 

Household Words. Vols. I-XIX., 1850-9. 002 34 
Ho Witt's Journal. Vol. I-IIL, 1847-8. 002 O 53 
Ladies' Companion. Vols. I-IIL, 18 50-1. 002 O 56 
Macmillan's Magazine, Dec, 1863. 002 57 
Sunday School Penny Magazine. Vol. I., 1848 
to 1867. 18 vols. 002 60 

Dickens (Charles) and others. Christmas 
numbers of " Household Words." Reprinted, 
1903. 3 vols. Containing the following stories 
by Mrs. Gaskell: — 

1852.— "The old nurse's story." 002 O 81 
1853. — "The squire's story." 002 O 82 

1858.— "The Manchester marriage." 002 O 83 

Dickens (Charles) and others. Christmas 
numbers of " All the Year Round." Reprinted 
1903. 2 vols. Containing the following 
stories by Mrs. Gaskell : — 
1859. — " The ghost in the garden room." 

002 O 84 

1863. — " How the first floor went to Crowley 

Castle." 002 O 85 



39 



VII.— CHRONOLOGICAL LIST. 

Mrs. GaskelVs writings, arranged in the order 
of their first appearance, with later editions, 
not forming part of the "Collected Works'" 
(Section V.). 

Sketches among the poor, 1837. 

Blackwood's Magazine. January, 1837, vol. 41. 
pp. 48-51- Ref. L. 

Contains " Sketches among the poor " a poem in 
the manner of Crabbe, written conjointly by Mrs. 
Gaskell and her husband. Vide Mrs. Gaskell's letter 
to Mrs. Howitt quoted in " Good Words," 1895, 
pp. 604-612. 

The poem was reprinted in " The Temperance Star " 
for Dec. 1897, with a prefatory note by W. B. A. 
Axon. It has also been reprinted in the introduction 
to vol. 1 of the Knutsford edition of " Works," 1906, 
pp. xxii.-xxv. 

Clopton Hall, 1838-40. 

Howitt ( W. ) Visits to remarkable places. Lond. 
1840. 002 T 3 

Pp. 130-146. Account of Clopton Hall in Warwick- 
shire, by Mrs. Gaskell, first written in a letter to 
William Howitt in 1838. 

Llbbie Marsh's Three Eras, 1847-1850. 

Libbie Marsh's three eras. Howitt's Jour, i., 
1847. 002 O 53 

Libbie Marsh's three eras. A Lancashire tale. 
Lond. : Hamilton, Adams & Co. [1850]. i6mo. 
pp. 72. Engraved title on wrapper. 002 P 9.5 



LIbbie Marsh's three eras. Lond. : Chap- 
man & Hall, 1855. 8vo. pp. 24. Title on 
wrapper. 002 P 9.7 

The Sexton's Hero, 1847. 

The sexton's hero. Howitt's Jour. ii. 1847. 

002 54 

The sexton's hero : and Christmas storms and 
sunshine. Contributed by the authoress of 
" Mary Barton." For the benefit of the 
Macclesfield Public Baths and Wash-houses. 
Manch. : Johnson, Rawson, & Co., 1850. 
8vo., pp. 28. 002 S 7 

A second edition appeared in 1855 with the imprint 
of Messrs. Chapman & Hall. There is a copy in the 
Cross Street Chapel Library. 

The sexton's hero. Excerpt from the " Parish 
Magazine," 1859. vol. 1, No. 10. pp. 145-1^2. 
With a woodcut. 002 S 7.2 

1848. 

Christmas storms and sunshine. Howitt's Jour, 
iii. 1848. 002 O 55 

Mary Barton, 1848. 

Mary Barton : a tale of Manchester life. Lond. : 
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Six weeks at Heppenheim. 

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first time in " Cousin Phillis," 1906. 002 J 30 

Popular tales. Glasg. : Thomas D. Morison. 

[1898 ?] 8vo. pp. 384. 002 S. 

The moorland cottage. Ruth. Lizzie Leigh. 



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YIII.— THE REV. WILLIAM GASKELL, M.A. 

Works by or relating to Mr. Gaskell 
(arranged chronologically). 

Biographical and obituary notices of the Rev. 
Wm. Gaskell have appeared in the following 
periodicals : — 

"Manch. Guard.," Aug. 5, 1878 (002G) ; " Manch. 
Exam.," Oct. 16, 1878 (002G) ; " Manch. Guard.," 
June 12, 1884 (002G) ; " Manch. Courier," June 16, 
1884 (002G) ; '* Manch. Guard.," June 19, 1884 (002G); 
" Academy," June 21, 1884 (002G) ; " Unitarian 
Herald," June 20, 1884 (002G) ; " Young Days," 
Nov., 1899 (002Y) ; " Manch. C. News," Dec. 24, 1904 
(002G); "Unitarian Monthly," Sep., 1910 (002G); 
" The Alliance News," Sept. 22, 1910 (002G). 

See also Section II. ii., under Adams (W. E.), Evans 
(J.), Gordon (A.), and Steinthal (S. A.). 

Protestant practices inconsistent with Protestant 
principles. A discourse delivered in Renshaw 
Street Chapel, Liverpool, June 16, 1836, at 
the Provincial Meeting of the Presbyterian 
and Unitarian ministers of Lancashire and 
Cheshire. Manch. 1836. 8vo. pp. 23. 

002 Y 3.2 

Temperance rhymes. Lond. 1839. 8vo. pp. 80. 

002 Y 3.4 

Eternal salvation not dependent on correctness of 
belief. Preached at Essex Street Chapel, 
London, on Wednesday, May 29, 1844, being 
the nineteenth anniversary of the British and 
Foreign Unitarian Association. Lond. 1844. 

002 Y 3.8 



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The same. Second edition. Lond. and Manch. 
1855. 002 Y 3.9 

A prayer [by the Rev. W. Gaskell] and sermon 
[by the Rev. J. G. Robberds] delivered in 
Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, on the Sun- 
day after the interment of Sir Thomas Potter. 
Manch. 1845. 8vo - PP- 1 %- Kef. L. 

Some evil tendencies of the popular theology. A 

sermon preached before the West- Riding Tract 
Society, in the Westgate Chapel, Wakefield, 
June 9, 1847. 8vo. pp. 15. 002 Y 3.13 

Hints to Sunday school teachers. A discourse 
delivered before the Manchester District 
Sunday School Association., at Bank Street 
Chapel. Bolton, on Good Friday, March 29, 
1850. 8vo. pp. 12. Ref. L. 

Brief notices of some of the Unitarian martyrs and 
confessors of England. A lecture delivered in 
Cross Street Chapel. Manchester, Dec. 8 1850. 
Manch. 185 1. 8vo. pp. 15. 002 Y 3.17 

A lecture on the Person of Christ. Delivered in 
Bridge Street Chapel, Feb. 9, 1853. Manch. 
1853. 8vo. pp. 24. 002 Y 3.20 

The injustice of denying to Unitarians the 
Christian name. A lecture delivered in Cross 
Street Chapel, on Nov. 13 and 20, 1853, in 
reply to certain charges of the Rev. H. Stowell. 
Manch. 1853. 8vo. pp. 24. 002 Y 3.22 



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A letter to Canon Stowell, M.A. In reply to one 
addressed by him to J. H. Budgett, Esq., 
entitled " Is Socinianism Christianity ? " 
[Dec. 15, i853]Manch. 1853. 8vo. pp. 12. 

002 Y 3.24 

Two lectures on the Lancashire dialect. Lond. 

1854. 8vo. pp. 31. 002 Y 3.27 

Funeral service, at the interment, June 29, 1855, 
of the Rev. John Layhe. Manch. 1855. 8vo. pp. 8 

002 Y 3.30 

Obituary notice of the Rev. John Layhe. From 
"The Christian Reformer," Sept. 1855. 8vo. 
pp. 8. 002 Y 3.31 

Submission to the will of God. A sermon on 
occasion of the death of Mrs. Gallenga, 
preached at Cross Street Chapel, Sept. 30, 

1855. Manch. 1855. 8vo. pp. 16. 002 Y 3.33 

Addresses delivered before the Unitarian Home 
Missionary Board, at Cross Street Chapel, Man- 
chester, on Dec. 4, 1854, by the Rev. J. R. 
Beard and the Rev. W. Gaskell. 1855. 8vo. 
pp. 22. 002 Y 3.35 

A time of war and a time of peace. A sermon 
preached in Cross Street Chapel, on Sunday, 
May 4, 1856. Manch. 1856. 8vo. pp. 15. 

002 Y 3.37 

A sermon for Milton's death-day. Preached in 
Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, November 8, 
1857. Published by request. Lond. and 
Manch. 1857. 8vo. pp. 16. 002 Y 3.40 



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A sermon on occasion of the death of John Ogle 
Curtis, late master of the Lower Mosley Street 
Schools, Manchester, preached in Cross Street 
Chapel, Nov. 29, 1857. Manch. 1857. 8vo. pp. 
12. 002 Y 3.42 

Duties of the individual to society. Preached on 
occasion of the death of Sir John Potter, M.P., 
at Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, Oct. 31, 

1858. With the address at the interment on 
the day preceding. Manch. 1858. 8vo. pp. 20. 

002 Y 3.44 

Sermon on the regulation of thought [in The 

Unitarian Pulpit, vol. i., 1858] 8vo. pp. 8. 

002 Y 3.46 

A sermon on occasion of the death of the Rev. 
William Turner, preached at Upper Brook 
Street Chapel, Manchester, May 1, 1859. 
Lond. and Manch. 1859. 8vo. pp. 18. 

002 Y 3.48 

Christian views of life and death. Preached in 
Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, Sept. 25, 

1859, on the occasion of the death of John 
Ashton Nicholls, Esq. , with a sketch of his lif e. 
Lond. 1859. 8vo. pp. 133. 002 Y 3.50 

Report of the Manchester District Unitarian 
Association, presented to the Provincial 
Assembly at Preston, June 21, i860. Liver- 
pool : i860. 8vo. pp. 18. 002 Y 3.52 

Address to the students of Manchester New 
College, London, on June 27, i860. Lond. 
i860. 8vo. pp. 15. Ref. L. 



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God's witness to Himself in the world. Preached 
at Cross Street Chapel, Sept. 8, 1861, during 
the meeting of the British Association for the 
Advancement of Science. Manch. 1861. 8vo. 
pp. 15. 002 Y 3.55 

Changeableness of the world, and the unchange- 
ableness of God. Preached at Cross Street 
Chapel, Aug. 9, 1863, on occasion of the death 
of John Carver, Esq. Manch. 1863. 8vo. pp. 

14. 002 Y 3.58 

Sermon, preached at the opening of the Unitarian 
Church, Todmorden, on Wednesday, April 7, 
1869. Reprint. Todmorden, 1901. 8vo. pp. 

15. 002 Y 3.59 

Lecture on " Crabbe and his poetry." News- 
paper report. March 9, 1872. 002 Y 3.60 

Popular doctrines that obscure the views which 
the New Testament gives of God. A sermon 
preached in Cross Street Chapel on behalf of 
the Manchester District Unitarian Associa- 
tion, March 14, 1875. Manch. 1875. 8vo. pp. 
13. Ref. L. 

A letter to the Rev. James Cunningham, M.A., 

Longsight Presbyterian Church, Manchester, 
on his " Unitarianism : an expostulation." By 
a Unitarian [i.e., Rev. W. Gaskell]. Manch. 
1876. 8vo. pp. 8. Ref. L. 

A good old age. A sermon preached in Cross 
Street Chapel, Manchester, March 3, 1878. 
Manch. [1878] sm. 4to. pp. 14. 002 Y 3.66 



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Commemoration of the fifty years' ministry of the 
Rev. William Gaskell, M.A. Sermon preached 
by him [at Cross Street Chapel, Manchester] 
August 4 ; and report of the proceedings at the 
soiree held in the Town Hall, Oct. 15, 1878 ; 
with a list of subscribers to the commemora- 
tion fund. Manch. [1879]. sm. 4to. pp. vi. 67. 

002 Y 3.69 

Portrait of the Rev. W. Gaskell, and a view of Cross 
Street Chapel. 

Christ's view of children. Preached in Cross 
Street Chapel, May 18, 1879. Manch. 1879. 
8vo. pp. 16. 002 Y 3.71 

Cottonopolis [a poeml. Manch. 1882. 8vo. pp. 
14. 002 Y 3.73 

The investigation of religious truth : a sermon, 
preached in Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, 
March 18, 1883. 8vo. pp. 35-46. No. 4 of 
"Modern Sermons," April, 1883. Ref. L. 



Hymns, by the Rev. W. Gaskell, included in the 
following works : — 

Beard (J. R.) ed. A collection of hymns for 
public and private worship. 1837. 002 Y 3.78 

Hopps (J. P.) ed. Hymns for public worship. 
1873. 002 Y 3.80 

Martineau (J.) ed. Hymns for the Christian 
church and home. 1865. 002 Y 3.82 



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Winkworth (C.) Lyra Germanica. Two series. 
1858-76. 002 Y 3.84 

The Unitarian Herald, 1 861- 1874. Edited by the 
Rev. William Gaskell and others. 002 Y 3.91 

Wheeler (J.) ed. Manchester poetry. Lond. 
1838. 8vo. 002 Y 3.91 

Contains two poems by the Rev. William Gaskell, 
pp. 193-196, entitled " Death and sleep," and " Come 
and pray." 



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IX.— TOPOGRAPHICAL, ILLUSTRATIVE, AND 
MISCELLANEOUS. 

Articles dealing with Knutsford as "Cranford," 
and on other places described in Mrs. Gaskell's 
works, have appeared in the following 
periodicals : — 

" Academy," May 4, 1887 (002G) ; " Atlantic 
Monthly," April, 1896 (002Y) ; " Cheshire Notes 
and Queries," No. 2, vol. 3, 1898 (002Y) ; ibid No. 1, 
vol. 4, 1899 (002Y) ; ibid No. 3, vol. 4, 1899 (002Y) ; 
ibid No. 3, vol. 5, 1900 (002Y) ; ibid No. 4, vol. 5, 
1900 (002Y) ; " Daily Dispatch," Mar. 29, 1907 
(002G) ; " Literary World," Feb., 1901 (002G) ; 
" Manch. C. News," Oct. 31, 1908 (002G) : " Manch. 
Guard.," Jan. 8, 1901 (002G) ; ibid. Dec. 19, 1905 
(002G ) ; " Manch. High Sch. Mag.," April. 1904 
(002Y) ; " Millgate Monthly," Oct., 1908 (002Y) : 
" Sphere," July 20, 1907 (002G) ; " Temple Bar," 
Aug., 1905 (002Y) ; " Treasury," May, 1903 (002Y). 

Cross Street Chapel, Manchester. Pro- 

ceedings on the occasion of the Bi-centenary 
of the Chapel, June 24-25, 1894. Manch. 
1894. 002 G 4 

Fletcher (J. S.) Picturesque history of Yorkshire. 
Part 17 [ ]. 002 G 5 

Illustrations of Whitby and district. 

Green (J. A.) comp. Gaskell cuttings. 002 G 1 
Contents displayed in Section II. iii. 

Holland (Bernard) ed. Letters of Mary Sibylla 

Holland. 1898. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Letter descriptive of Knutsford in 1874, pp. 21-2. 



Palmer (W. T.) Lake country rambles. Lond. 
1902. 8vo. Ref. L. 

Chapter VIII.— Over Sands. Contains many details 
of events and scenes similar to those described by 
Mrs. Gaskell in " The sexton's hero." 

Sichel (Edith) Life and letters of Alfred Ainger. 
1906. 920 

Letter from George du Maurier on " Sylvia's 
lovers " and Whitby, pp. 279-80.